Work Begins On Trails In Pa.’s Allegheny Forest
WARREN, Pa. ( AP) – Construction has begun on 38 miles of horse trails in the Allegheny National Forest in northwestern Pennsylvania.
The Titusville Herald reports the work will last through December.
The trials are being built in the Duhring area of the forest’s Marienville Ranger District.
Forest officials are not restricting horseback riding in the areas near the new trial, but riders are being asked to stay off the new trials as they are built, until they are posted as being open.